Yesterday, the Dow (15612) confirmed the break above the upper boundary of its short term trading range (14190-15550); hence it re-sets to an uptrend (14994-16000). That moves it back in sync with the S&P (1609-1765). Both remain within their intermediate term (14498-19498, 1540-2128) and long term uptrends (4918-17000, 715-1800).
Investors that want to ride this pony might look at IYLD (multi asset ETF), SPHD (high yield S&P stock ETF) or for the really strong of heart the
(Russell 2000 growth ETF). Which ever
you may choose, put in very tight stops.
Our Portfolios are too scared to do anything.
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